Bridgeport is also a very cultural and art-centered neighborhood and residents take pride in the Zhou B. Art Center and the Bridgeport Art Center. Residents also claim ownership over White Sox, as Guaranteed Rate Field is just a few steps outside the neighborhood. With plenty to do in Bridgeport, you and your dog will have a real taste of Chicago.
The busiest parts of the neighborhood include West 31st and 35th streets and South Halsted Street. Take caution when crossing streets and watch for bikers and other pedestrians when walking through this area. The train also intersects the northern part of Bridgeport along with I-55, so be aware if you choose to walk near there. The train also travels along the eastern border of the neighborhood but crosses above the roads.
A few of Bridgeport's parks are hilly, but they offer scenic views and grassy areas within a bustling city. If you want some river views, there are some walking paths along Bubbly Creek. You can also check out Park No. 571 along the South Branch. This newly installed park features a boathouse that offers rowing training and boat storage as well as several acres of riverside green space outside.